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Alesis unveils the little sister of the SR-16 : The SR-18.


The Alesis SR-16 ignited the drum-machine market in 1990 and has remained a classic ever since; the SR-18 is designed to meet the demands of today’s musicians.

It follows in the tradition of its ancestor and is loaded with cutting-edge drum kits, electronic drums, hits and up-to-date percussion sounds for any modern drummer. From hip-hop to country and everything in-between, the SR-18 has it covered.

The SR-18’s integrated effects engine includes Reverb, EQ and Compression for customizing sounds to perfection. Since the SR-18 can be powered by AC or batteries, it ensures that whenever you need to lay down a groove you’re fully-equipped and ready to go.

SR-18 features include:
  • Large, 32MB sound set with percussion bank and bass synth
  • Built-in Effects – Reverb, EQ and Compression
  • Battery Power for maximum portability
  • Pattern Play Mode enables different patterns to be triggered from the pads directly
  • Mute/Solo Function for parts – Drums, Bass and Percussion and per pad within a bank

The Alesis SR-18 will be available Q2 – 2008 with an MSRP of $399 from musical instrument retailers.
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